Late Afternoon by Late Afternoon

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Emily is an elderly woman who lives between two states, the past and the present. She journeys into an inner world, reliving moments from her life. She searches for a connection within her vivid, but fragmented memories.

Written and directed by Louise Bagnall, produced by Cartoon Saloon, Late Afternoon has won Best Animated Short at Tribeca Film Festival and has screened at more than 80 festivals worldwide. The film has been shortlisted for the Best Animation Short category at the 2019 Oscars.

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— AWARDS —
Best Animated Short – Tribeca Film Festival, USA
Grand Jury Award – Animayo, Spain
Best In Show – Spark Animation Festival , Canada
Best Animated Short 1st prize, Children’s Jury – Chicago Int’l Children’s Film Festival, USA
Jury Short Film Prize – Bucheon Int’l Animation Festival, South Korea
AniB’s Choice Prize – Bucheon Int’l Animation Festival , South Korea
Best Animation Film Award – St Cloud Film Festival, USA
Audience Award – Zabut Film Festival, Italy
Jury Special Mention – Zabut Film Festival, Italy
Best Short Animation – Irish Film and Television Awards, Ireland
Best Short Animated Film – Animafilm Buku, Azerbaijan
Best Animated Short Film, Int’l Youth Jury Awards – Olympia Int’l Film Festival , Greece
Best 2D Film – Dublin Animation Film Festival , Ireland
Best Animated Sequence – Galway Film Fleadh, Ireland
Best Animation Film – Scrittura E Immagine Corto Film Festival, Italy
Best Irish Film – Still Voices Short Film Festival, Ireland
Best Animation Short – Irish Film Festa, Italy
Best Short Film – Irish Film Festival London, UK
Special Mention of the Jury – River Film Festival, Italy

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